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January 2012

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Social Services Director

Hiring Company: North Hill
Location: Needham, MA

Job Description

North Hill offers a unique opportunity to be on the leading edge in long term care as we design, build, and implement a brand new Small House Model nursing facility. We are seeking a compassionate and energetic Social Services Director who will be responsible for directing the overall operations of Social Services. You will ensure that our Residents' psycho-social and emotional needs, as well as regulatory and documentation requirements, are fully met.

Requirements/Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have an MSW, 5+ years of Social Work experience in a healthcare setting, and a current Massachusetts LCSW license

Contact Information

Careers section of North Hill's website — www.northhill.org. Candidates can upload resume & apply directly online.

Candidates with questions can email jobs@northhill.org.

Salary Information: Depending on Experience (General Range: $60k/year)


In-Home Therapy Clinician

Hiring Company: The Delta-T Group
Location: Greater Boston area

Job Description

The Delta-T Group is currently conducting a search for a In-Home Therapy Clinician to work with adolescent males in the Greater Boston area. This is a Temp-Perm opportunity. The pay rate will start out between $18-$20hr while in the temporary role and go up to $25hr. once the position transitions into the permanent role. Candidate needs to be flexible, must be able to work around clients schedules (school etc.). This is a Fee for Service, the clinician can charge 1/2hr for No Call/ No Show. Will pay mileage reimbursement.

In-Home Therapy Clinician provides supportive services during an episode of acute mental health illness or after out-of-home treatment. The IHT's services, which can be provided as long (usually 3-6 months) and intensively (up to 3-5hrs a week) as medically necessary to prevent children and adolescents from requiring hospitalization and/or to enable children and adolescents to move from the hospital to a less restrictive setting.

Requirements/Qualifications

Master's degree in SW, Counseling Psychology, or related field. CANS certification required. May be obtained through on-line training. Valid Driver's License with access to a personal vehicle and good driving record.

Contact Information

To be considered for this opportunity, please forward an updated copy of your resume to Jeffery Marcakis.


Director: Child Witness to Violence Project

Hiring Company: Boston Medical Center
Location: Boston, MA 02118

Job Description

The Child Witness to Violence Project has established a national reputation for excellence in clinical intervention with young children who are affected by domestic and community violence, and in improving systemic responses to identifying and responding to vulnerable children through training and consultation. The program seeks a Director who can continue the innovative initiatives of the project and develop new opportunities for growth. Working within the Department of Pediatrics at BMC, the ideal candidate will bring proven abilities in fund-raising and grant management, clinical experience with children and families affected by trauma, and a passion and ability to be the public voice of the project and its mission.

The Director will manage all aspects of program administration and operation, including:

  • fund-raising, identifying relevant funding opportunities, preparing grant proposals
  • financial and grants management, managing data, maintaining budgets
  • public relations/program promotion throughout the hospital and community
  • implementing the strategic plan
  • personnel management

Requirements/Qualifications

A Masters or Doctoral level degree in Social Work, Psychology, Child Development, Public Health, Public Policy or relevant field. Candidates must have a minimum of 5-7 years of experience in a clinical/mental health program or similar setting, with at least 4 years in a leadership role. Other qualifications include:

  • Demonstrated ability and experience in grants management, program development/management training, team building, problem solving, public policy and advocacy and community networking.
  • Experience and track record in fund-raising and/or grant-writing.
  • Strong training and public speaking skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated skills in the provision of services in a multicultural environment.
  • Clinical experience with children/familiarity with a clinical environment preferred.
  • Experience in health or hospital settings desirable.
  • Bilingual skills preferred.

Contact Information

Submit Resume and Cover Letter to:
Louisa Sullivan
Child Witness to Violence Project
Boston Medical Center, Vose 423, Boston


Associate Director of Client Services

Hiring Company: HouseWorks

Job Description

Summary
The Associate Director of Client Services is responsible for providing HouseWorks clients and referral sources with a service experience that exceeds their expectations for responsiveness, helpfulness and friendliness, consistently superior to any they could receive elsewhere. The position is also responsible for playing an active role in deepening relationships with existing referral sources, developing new referral relationships and promoting our brand to the marketplace.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Client Management
    • Manage a caseload of 55 to 65 home care clients, providing initial assessment, continued case management, site visits and family support
    • Work cooperatively with collateral service providers such as visiting nurses, hospice, geriatric care managers and facilities, providing unparalleled communication and continuity of care
  • Home Care Operations
    • Regularly communicate with the Home Care Scheduling team to ensure the best match is made between Associate and client, and that HouseWorks' exacting service standards are continually being met or exceeded
    • Participate in the Associate interview process, as well as other efforts to train, support and assess our Associates to provide the best care in the industry
    • Provide back-up support for the Client Services Team as well as the On-Call Service on a rotating schedule

Requirements/Qualifications

The Associate Director of Client Services is someone who takes ownership of responsibilities and exhibits passion, enthusiasm, a firm commitment to working cooperatively with his or her teammates, organization, focus, creativity, intolerance of mediocrity and inefficiency, perseverance, patience, the ability to work independently, and an unshakable drive for excellence. This position reports to the Executive Director of Client Services.

  • Bachelor's degree required.
  • A Masters in Social Work or RN preferred.
  • At least 2-3 years of demonstrable success in a service driven role in health care, case management, marketing or elder care experience strongly preferred.
  • Passion for excellence.
  • A sense of humor and humility.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
  • Strong computer skills and fluency in Microsoft Office. Familiarity with Outlook and FileMaker a plus.

Contact Information

Send resume and cover letter to:

Hope M. Hussey, MSW, LICSW
Executive Director of Client Services

One Gateway Center, Suite 902
Newton, MA 02458
hhussey@house-works.com


Bi-lingual Psychotherapist (PT)

Hiring Company: Upham's Corner Health Center
Location: Dorchester, MA 02125

Job Description

This position is responsible for delivery of Behavioral Health services to registered patients in a dynamic, multicultural community health center. Responsibilities include:

  • Providing psychosocial assessments and behavioral health treatment to individuals, couples, family and groups.
  • Providing crisis intervention and information about community resources and services to UCHC clients receiving behavioral health services.
  • Maintaining individual caseload and deliver therapy for children and adults.
  • Completing all appropriate paperwork and documentation in compliance with Behavioral Health department policy and procedures.
  • Perform additional duties of the Behavioral Health department as needed.

Requirements/Qualifications

Masters Degree in therapy, counseling or social work and current Massachusetts Therapist or LICSW license. Bilingual in Spanish or Portuguese Creole is preferred.

Contact Information

Rosemary Torres, Human Resource Manager
547 Columbia Road, Dorchester, MA 02125
TELEPHONE: 617-825-9205 x18
FAX: 617-929-9062
TTY: 617-287-8000 x8206
E-MAIL: rtorres1@partners.org

Salary Information: Negotiable (25 hours per week)


Mental Health Professionals FT

Hiring Company: MHM Services, Inc
Location: Norfolk, MA

Job Description

As one of the largest employers of mental health professionals in the nation, MHM Services is always looking for dedicated individuals who want a career that is both professionally rewarding and provides greater balance with less stress in their day to day life.

We are currently seeking a Licensed Mental Health Professional (Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Mental Health Counselor) to join our team in the Massachusetts Department Correction at MCI Norfolk, located in Norfolk, MA. This is a Full Time position, 40 hours/week.

MCI Norfolk is a medium security male correctional institution.

The Mental Health Professional provides mental health case management services to clients in the Mental Health Unit and consults with a multi-disciplinary team in providing comprehensive mental health care to include linking clients with internal/external services, providing advocacy, and providing individual and group therapy.

Some specific responsibilities of the clinician also include:

  • Develop and implement specific goals and methods in patient individual treatment plans stemming from results of social work assessment.
  • Participate in psychological related activities and treatments as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
  • Provide individual and group counseling sessions as determined by patient needs.
  • Consult with other disciplines (i.e. Psychiatry, Psychology, Nursing) concerning coordinates patient care.

We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive and generous benefits package!

  • Health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
  • 28 Paid days off per year plus 11 company paid holidays
  • 401(k) plan with employer match
  • CEU benefits
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Flexible spending accounts for health and dependent care and much more…

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Possess a Master's degree in social work, psychology, or counseling from an accredited program
  • Be independently licensed (LCSW, LICSW or LMHC) in Massachusetts
  • Be willing to submit to initial and ongoing security clearance requirements
  • Possess prior experience in a Mental Health or Psychiatric setting (experience in corrections highly desired)

Contact Information

Holley Schwieterman — apply online at: www.mhmcareers.com
866-204-3920 or fax 866-899-0920
EOE


Clinical Case Manager - PTSD

Hiring Company: New England Center for Homeless Veterans
Location: Boston, MA

Job Description

Work with a team of clinical case managers to provide supportive mental health counseling and case management to a dual-diagnosis population, with an additional population of veterans diagnosed with combat and/or childhood PTSD. Participate in additional PTSD trainings and assist with staff trainings. Assess potential clients for the program on a rotating basis; work with Veterans with PTSD, tracking and reporting any possible trends to the Clinical Director, which may help in new or current grant proposals; participate in any professional trainings pertaining to PTSD issues and assist in training other clinical services staff; work with the goals of mental health stabilization and maintenance of sobriety through therapy/supportive counseling and case management to a caseload of approximately 15 Veterans; develop treatment plans and transition plans, and provide regular reviews to track progress towards meeting the ultimate goal of obtaining permanent housing for Veterans; assist with decreasing or eliminating barriers to housing, i.e. credit and legal issues; manage crisis situations and provide interventions, with caseload and with other Center Residents (when requested), and provide clinical feedback to appropriate staff; assist with psychiatric emergencies and assessments, often during the Intake process, and recommend appropriate clinical interventions; provide referrals and follow-up to appropriate collateral services; assist Resident Veterans with increasing or stabilizing income via public assistance, SSI/SSDI, VA benefits, training / employment.; maintain appropriate Resident records and database information for annual reporting; facilitate specialized groups (e.g., Expressive Arts, Anger Management, etc.); supervisory responsibilities as assigned and perform other duties as assigned by Program Manager.

Requirements/Qualifications

LICSW or LMHC and 3-5 years experience in the field, Experience working with clinical issues pertaining to PTSD, and experience with chronic mental illness, addictions and/or homelessness. Knowledge of services in the community and previous Case Management experience preferred. Must be able to be flexible and comfortable with a multi-cultural and multi problem population, must have Proficiency with computers /databases and possess strong professional and personal boundaries.

Contact Information

Please email resume and cover letter to Smilja Filipovic, Human Resources.


Behavioral Specialist

Hiring Company: Rady Children's Hospital
Location: San Diego, CA

Job Description

Under general supervision, provides behavioral screening, assessment, and intervention to children and their families at the department site or at a community-based site/location. Provides educational information to patients, parents and families, and community agencies regarding treatment modalities. Serves as a liaison with community referral sources including physicians? offices and/or other treatment professionals to facilitate clinical and treatment options. Able to bill private insurances for treatment services provided, when applicable. Maintains case files per hospital and program standards. Provides marketing and administrative support to program by producing flyers, handouts and training materials.

Requirements/Qualifications

Minimum Qualification:

  • Master's degree in related discipline
  • 2 years of experience
  • Current BLS/CPR certification for Health Care Providers issued by the American Heart Association
  • Demonstrated competency in varied treatment modalities for children with special needs
  • Computer skills sufficient to perform data entry, electronic charting, production of educational materials and word processing

Preferred Qualification:

  • 4 years of experience
  • License or certification that would allow for insurance billing:
    • For non-grant funded programs: MFT, LCSW, or other license/certification that would allow for insurance billing
    • For grant-funded programs: certification in evidenced-based child intervention or parent training
  • One year of directly related experience
  • Bilingual English/Spanish

Contact Information

EOE/M/F/D/V Apply Online


Behavioral Specialist

Hiring Company: Family Service of Greater Boston

Job Description

Full time (FT) and Fee for Service (FFS) positions

Responsibilities: Work with children and caregivers in their home to increase desirable behaviors and reduce or eliminate challenging behaviors after a functional behavioral assessment and behavioral treatment plan have been developed by a master level therapist. This position includes coaching caregivers and other family members in implementation of the plan and specific behavioral interventions. Behavior Specialists meeting with caregivers and child in their home, in addition to providing phone support. Additional responsibilities include: collaborating with other providers, progress reporting and data collection; modeling interventions; supporting parents/caregivers and using demonstrated behavior management methods, such as applied behavioral analysis. Children served range from 2-21 and may include a diagnosis of Autism and Spectrum Disorder, mood disorder, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder and other behavioral health disorders. Regular supervision is provided. This position involves traveling in Boston and a car is needed. Flexible schedules necessary.

Benefits: For full time employees, benefits include vacation (4 weeks), holiday (10 days), sick time, medical and dental, training, supervision, plus. FT and FFS receive regular supervision and travel reimbursement for home visits and collaborative meetings. Work with a dynamic, diverse, compassionate team in a historic family service agency.

Requirements/Qualifications

Education/Experience Required: Bachelors degree in human service related field plus a minimum of 2 + years of direct experience working with children with behavioral disorders. Course work and experience with ABA and behavior modification experience is a plus. Experience with special education needs, Autism and PDD is beneficial.

Skills/Abilities: builds relationships with clients easily, organized, perseverant, creative, good listening and observation skills, able to collaborate with caregivers-family members and providers, able to work with families of various cultural/ethnic backgrounds, ability to work in a team. Bilingual (Spanish) skills highly desired.

Contact Information

Email resume and cover letter to pkiessling@fsgb.org and hr@fsgb.org. Include how you became aware of the position in the letter or email.


Chief Operating Officer

Hiring Company: Horizons for Homeless Children
Location: Boston, MA 02116

Job Description

Organization
Horizons for Homeless Children (HHC) is a vibrant community of professionals committed to changing the lives of young children and their families experiencing homelessness. Through our work in a variety of positions, from teachers to van drivers to Playspace Programs directors and administration, the homeless children we serve are our priority. Since the founding of HHC in 1988, we have systematically spread our work from locally in Boston to statewide, touching the lives of over 2,400 children every week, and in every family shelter in Massachusetts.

Our three Community Children's Centers are Boston's only comprehensive, full-time early education and childcare centers specifically for young homeless children. All three centers are NAEYC accredited with trained, degreed teachers in each classroom. As part of our Playspace Programs, we recruit, train and place over 1,400 Playspace Activity Leader (PAL) volunteers a week in Playspaces (recreational and educational spaces) located in family shelters statewide.

In addition to direct service, we advocate on behalf of young homeless children and their families with state and federal policy makers. We also share our best practices, cutting edge curricula, the Evaluation and Innovation Program and Family Partnership models, by providing training and technical assistance to related service providers nationwide. Annually, we host a national conference bringing together thought leaders, policy makers and experts in the field of child and family homelessness to share their practice and to network with each other in a collaborative spirit.

Position
Reporting to and working closely with the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) will play a critical role on HHC's executive team, and will be an active voice in the organization's ongoing strategic visioning and planning. S/he will broaden HHC's influence on the lives of homeless children — and exert both local and national leadership -- by developing, implementing, and measuring the organization's Children's Community Centers' (CCC) early childhood programs, the Family Partnerships Program, the Evaluation and Innovation Program and the Training and Technical Assistance Program. Specifically, the COO will manage and mentor four directors responsible for the majority of HHC's staff (70+ people). By ensuring that HHC's teams and systems are aligned and that synergies are maximized between programs, as well as more broadly across HHC's other departments, the COO will instill and embody a positive performance culture.

This is an outstanding opportunity for an inspiring and accomplished leader who has deep knowledge of early education and/or disadvantaged children and families as well as a strong track record of leading and managing teams and a complex portfolio of interdependent programs.

Responsibilities

  • Leadership, Strategy, and Program Innovation
    • In partnership with the CEO and the executive team, enhance and build HHC's credibility as a national thought leader in early education for homeless children
    • Provide inspiration and energy to the implementation of HHC's programmatic strategy, ensuring that the service delivery and operational team of 70+, and their budgets, are aligned and effective
    • Transparently communicate with the CEO and Board of Directors about financial, programmatic and impact performance against stated milestones and goals
    • Facilitate cross-departmental collaboration and strengthen internal communications with staff across early learning program sites; promote a multi-cultural work environment that supports program consistency, best practices and inclusion.
    • Strategically track trends and identify opportunities that promote programmatic growth and innovation
    • Provide thought leadership on measurement, evaluation and innovation, ensuring HHC is developing — and communicating -- a significant evidence-base
  • Management and Operations
    • Translate the strategy into high quality service delivery with clear operational goals
    • In partnership with his/her direct reports:
    • Drive the use and refinement of HHC's cutting edge/evidence-based best practices in the organization's Center-based direct service work
    • Drive curricular and programmatic approaches that support critical early learning for vulnerable children
    • Support effective family engagement in Center-based programs and ensure a seamless integration of HHC's home visiting model
    • Glean best practices from other successful models nationally, and develop performance/impact measurement and accompanying data collection systems
    • Develop the HHC Training and Technical Assistance Program into a high impact, powerful nationwide model for providers of early education to homeless children
    • Organizationally, model and reinforce effective decision-making processes and use data as a real management tool to assess impact on the children served and how the organization is progressing toward its ultimate goal; refine and adjust program models, and interdependencies, accordingly
  • People and Culture
    • Recruit and mentor high impact teams; personally drive and instill a high-performing and empowered culture
    • Assess current and future human capital needs on an ongoing basis
    • As a model for cultural competency, support a highly diverse employee base as it partners with the children and families HHC serves
    • Create and implement succession plans, and foster staff development through forward-thinking professional development and coaching

Requirements/Qualifications

  • B.A. a minimum, ideally with an advanced degree in a related field ( Early Childhood Development, Education, Social work)
  • Deep passion for — and track record of -- supporting disadvantaged children and families.
  • 10+ years of overall professional experience, with a significant track record of managing:
    • Strategic plans and budgets for major programs ($7M+ in budget)
    • A high quality, multi-site early education or child/family-focused portfolio of direct service programs
  • Management and organizational leadership skills with a demonstrated ability to:
    • Enable effective decision-making, results orientation and clarity in a fast-moving environment
    • Analyze operational performance in order to set clear priorities, delegate and guide investment in people, program and systems
    • Improve and innovate programs
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Highly effective and collaborative team leader who supports a positive performance culture; personal characteristics include: integrity, optimism, and high energy

Contact Information

Horizons for Homeless Children is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply for this position. The Bridgespan Group, a nonprofit organization, serves diverse organizations and is committed to building high-performing teams that mirror the communities we serve. Interested candidates can apply to: horizonsCOO@bridgespan.org.


Part Time LICSW

Hiring Company: Health Innovations
Location: Randolph, MA 02368

Job Description

Health Innovations is a health and human services organization that provides direct clinical care, training, consulting and technical assistance in the areas of HIV, STIs, viral hepatitis and other co-morbid conditions such as mental health, substance abuse, etc. Our focus is on underserved and vulnerable populations, with the goal of addressing health disparities and reducing infectious disease rates across the state of Massachusetts.

The Project Health MOVES Clinical Social Worker is responsible for ensuring that the social and emotional needs of the program's patients are addressed. The Social Worker also provides short-term psychotherapy or counseling to patients and refers to long-term counseling services if needed . The Social Worker will work within the patient's multidisciplinary team to ensure that patients are linked to a full range of medical and support services to ensure maintenance of health and well-being.

  • Provides short-term mental health services to Project Health MOVES clients, their families and significant others. Essential duties include intake, comprehensive mental health evaluation and referrals, individualized risk reduction/prevention planning, crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy, and information and referrals for community resources.
  • Conducts visits in non-traditional settings as needed (home, CBOs, mobile van, etc.) including during off hours (nights and weekends).
  • Develops and facilitates groups and/or seminars on related topics.
  • Maintains thorough and timely client case files and electronic documentation; meets with multidisciplinary team members as needed to ensure coordinated care via case conference, phone consultation and/or in person meetings.
  • Utilizes a wellness model in working with clients to effect positive change in all aspects of their lives.
  • Additional duties may include special projects such as resource development, training, clinical supervision/ counseling evaluation of HIV counselors and off-site monthly supervision of HIV case managers, peers and clinical supervisor under a separate contractual arrangement with Boston area community-based provider.

Part-time position, 8 hours per week. Flexible days/hours, may include nights and weekends. Must have car and be willing to travel. EOE.

Requirements/Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, candidates should have a solid understanding of HIV/AIDS and related co-morbid issues and concerns and experience in providing strong case management, case coordination, advocacy and mental health counseling services.

  • Extensive knowledge of area/statewide resources strongly preferred.
  • Experience with chemical dependency is helpful.
  • Experience in outpatient clinic setting working with vulnerable populations.
  • Master's Degree in social work, psychology, family and child counseling from an accredited college or university.
  • Massachusetts State Licensure (LICSW) required.
  • Spanish speaking preferred though not required.

Contact Information

Send or E-Mail RESUME and COVER LETTER by Friday, January 27, 2012 to:

Susana Medeiros
Administrative Director
Health Innovations
1191 No. Main St., Suite 206
Randolph, MA 02368
E-mail: msusanam@aol.com

Salary Information: $19,000 - $22,000


Master Level Clinicians

Hiring Company: Family Service Of Greater Boston
Location: Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Job Description

Several openings for Master Level Clinicians, including Bilingual Spanish, Full Time and Fee for Service.

Population: Children, Adolescents, Parents & Families for intensive therapeutic services to stabilize children/youth in their homes and community in Boston.

Individual & family therapy provided in clients homes and community on an intensive basis (1-3 times per week). FSGB uses a strength based approach, and engages as many family members as needed, and assists families in identifying and securing additional needs for informal or formal social supports. Developing trusting relationships and assisting families to navigate systemic barriers is essential. Responsibilities include diagnostic evaluations, CANS, comprehensive assessments, treatment planning, crisis intervention, parent support , psycho-education, referrals, linking clients with community supports (formal & informal) and collaboration. Referrals come from various sources, including hospitals, emergency service providers, DCF, self referrals, etc. Requires collaboration skills with public and private organizations on behalf of children, youth and families. Third party billing required on non DCF contracted cases. In Home Therapy, Family Stabilization and Support Services are most often delivered in a team model.

Benefits/Salary: FSGB offers competitive salary & benefits, including 4 weeks paid vacation time plus Holiday, personal and sick time; paid sabbatical after 7 years to full time employees. Excellent training opportunities, reimbursement and LICSW supervision provided. Join an exciting dynamic, diverse team that is committed to providing excellent quality services to families & children. FSGB is a very supportive environment. AA/EOE.

Requirements/Qualifications

MSW or related Masters Level (i.e. counseling, psychology). LICSW, LCSW, LMHC or LMFT or eligibility preferred. One — two years minimum experience with high risk populations preferred (i.e. domestic violence, trauma, behavior disorders, working with at risk teens, abuse or neglect within families, etc). Bilingual Spanish preferred. Join a diverse, supportive and dynamic team.

Contact Information

Email Resume & Cover letter to Patricia Kiessling, LICSW, Director Family Based & Youth Services.


Supervisor - Behavior Management Therapist

Hiring Company: Family Service of Greater Boston
Location: Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Job Description

In Home Behavioral Services is a Children's Behavioral Health Initiative service provided by Family Service of Greater Boston for eligible Boston children-youth and families.

Master's level experienced therapist to conduct functional behavioral assessments, develop behavior treatment plans with caregivers to be implemented in child/youth home. Supervise behavior management monitor(s) who coach caregivers in implementation of behavior plans. Supervise master level behavior management therapists completing functional behavioral assessments and behavior plans. Provide consultation to staff, caregivers and providers involved with clients as needed.

Provide clinical, administrative and supportive supervision of master level and bachelor level staff. There are opportunities for growth and expansion of this program.

FSGB offers competitive salaries, training opportunities, excellent benefits including vacation, holiday and sick time, health and dental, excellent support. FSGB is a historic, private, non profit agency with dynamic, diverse, committed and talented staff. Learn more about our organization on Face Book. AA/EOE

Requirements/Qualifications

BCBA preferred, ABA experience essential, bilingual (Spanish) preferred and supervisory experience required. Experience working with challenging behaviors, emotional disorders and caregivers/parents required. Experience working with children on the autism spectrum disorders a plus. Service is provided in the home and community. Collaboration, team work and training are aspects of this position.

Contact Information

Email Resume & Cover letter to Patricia Kiessling, LICSW, Director Family Based & Youth Services.


Cluster Manager

Hiring Company: Generations Incorporated

Job Description

Looking for a meaningful encore career? Generations Incorporated, an intergenerational literacy program in Boston and Revere, is seeking a retired social worker for a salaried, half-time Cluster Manager position. Cluster Managers each manage 4 school and afterschool programs staffed by teams of older adults and a Site Team Leader. This position is three days per week for 11 months.

Contact Information

Visit www.generationsinc.org to learn more, or contact Helen Garretson, MSW for further information.


Social Service Coordinator

Hiring Company: Town of Danvers
Location: Danvers, MA

Job Description

Working under the direction of the Director of Senior/Social Services, The Social Services Coordinator assists the Director in assessing and responding to social service needs of all residents of Danvers. This includes outreach to at risk, isolated or needy seniors by means of home visits and ongoing case management. Assists all residents with access to public benefits such as housing, food stamps, fuel assistance, etc. Position is responsible for facilitating support groups. Participates on area coalitions and partnerships focused on serving home-bound and others in need. May assist Veterans Agent with case management.

A full job description is at www.danvers.govoffice.com under Human Resources Dept.

Requirements/Qualifications

Relevant experience required. Bachelor's Degree in social work or related field; LSW or MSW preferred. A valid driver's license and personal transportation is required. Must be proficient with Microsoft Office applications.

Contact Information

Apply in writing to Human Resources, Town Hall, 1 Sylvan Street, Danvers, MA 01923; or by email to pkotchian@mail.danver-ma.org. This position will remain open until filled.

Salary Information: This is a 30 hour benefitted position with a current salary range of $17.76-$22.15/hr.


Senior Care Counselor: Per Diem

Hiring Company: Care.com
Location: Waltham, MA.

Job Description

Care.com has per diem Senior Care Counselor positions for dynamic professionals to play a key role in our growing senior care counseling team at our office in Waltham, MA.

Care.com is an online service connecting people seeking care for their families with a nationwide network of trusted providers in the areas of child care, senior care, pet care, tutoring, housekeeping, and more. Founded in 2006 and backed by top venture capital investors, the company's rapid growth has resulted in significant press coverage from media outlets such as the Today Show, Good Morning America, Business Week, and The New York Times.

Job Responsibilities: The Senior Care Counselor will be responsible for telephonic consultations, including assessments, coaching, and provider options on a national basis. We offer flexible hours and competitive hourly rates. This is a great opportunity to join a fast paced, growing company where you will have a meaningful impact providing expert consultation and support to family caregivers nationwide.

Requirements/Qualifications

Social Workers (MSW preferred) with demonstrated expertise in the Senior Care field assisting families navigate the complex decisions associated with care giving. Excellent written and oral communications skills are required.

Diversity and openness is an important part of our culture, and we pride ourselves on being an equal opportunity employer.

Contact Information

Sylvia Masci, Contract Recruiter
Care.com, Inc.
201 Jones Road | Suite 500 | Waltham, MA | 02451
(p) 781.693.1747 | (f) 781.899.1294 | (e) smasci@care.com

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